Hey guys, today I want to share with all of you an amazing hair product that I've been using on my hair for awhile now. And the product I'm talking about is this antifungal shampoo and conditioner. The amazing
thing about this product is that it can be used for many, many things, not just fungus, bacteria, but also scalp pimples which is one of the things that I suffer from. So, let me start off by first of all mentioning the benefits of this product, so in
other words, who exactly is a good candidate for thisé First of all, before I even mention who is a good candidate, I do want to mention that I personally think this product is great for everyone. It doesn't matter if you suffer from scalp fungus, bacteria, scalp pimples. I
recommend this product, and the reason why I think that is because when I first started using this product, I was a little bit hesitant. I was like, okay what I am going do. Once I heal my scalp pimples do I throw it awayé Do I stop using ité Absolutely not.
Although this product is going to help you heal any issues you might have related to fungus and bacteria, I recommend that you continue using it because, one of the things that I notice when I use this product is that it
leaves my hair extremely silky and soft. I really do not know which one of them is the one that does that to my hair, but if I had to guess I would say it's the conditioner, because as soon as I apply this conditioner on my
Possible Causes of Infection after Hair Transplant and Treatment Options
Thank you for your question. You submitteda photo of the top of your scalp and you described that you have been using â€“ washing yourhair twice a day and you've finished your course of antibiotics. But it appears yourscalp is not improving. You also asked about or mentioned that you're doing a procedurethat there was no scalp washing before surgery and it was just a dry shaving. Well, I canprobably give you a little bit of guidance about your situation.I'm a board certified Cosmetic Surgeon and I've been performing hair transplant surgeryin my practice for over 20 years in Manhattan and Long Island. I'm also the founder ofTrichoStem Hair Regeneration Center, a nonsurgical
alternative to hair transplant for peoplewith thinning hair. And an additional benefit to helping people who have â€“ who are undergoinghair transplant to improve their overall density. So certainly I've a lot of experience withdealing with issues like, as you've described. It's something to understand as far as themedical team that did your transplant is that hair transplant, it's not really a sterileprocedure. The scalp has a lot of natural bacteria and even though what we do is wedo clean the scalp before surgery â€“ it's because I'm also a board certified CosmeticSurgeon. I do facelifts, I do eyes. We do tend to do a couple of things that â€“ becausewe try to maximize the cleanliness. In some
ways, it's comparable in a way to when wedo facelifts or brow lift surgery, where we do â€“ we do everything to clean but hairis very difficult to sterilize. Now when you had this surgery, you probablyâ€“ it might have aggravated some existing issues with folliculitis. I mean this probablyis the diagnosis that your has made. And when you are â€“ now that you have completeda course of antibiotics and you're still not getting better, the bottom line is youneed to see your . Your may want to change antibiotics, may want to look forpossibly an area of parlialenceé 0:02:59 or infection that needs to be opened and drained.The absence of a physical exam, with just
a photo is difficult to make a complete assessment.But it is not â€“ it is not unusual for someone with folliculitis to have a difficult course.Folliculitis is very difficult to treat and it often â€“ it can often be a chronic condition.So the bottom line is getting to your is â€“ and communicating with your who I'm assuming is a â€“ is an experienced transplant surgeon. It's just a matter offinding the right treatment plan. It might require a change of dosage or change in antibiotic.In our practice, when we â€“ when we use â€“ when we do a transplantation, is the TrichoStemHair Regeneration System which uses combination of acellular matrix or extracellular matrixcombined with plateletrich plasma. We do
this with the intention of improving healingwith the transplantation. And there is also a known bacteriostatic or it's actuallyantibacterial when we use this material, and it does seem to help. But the reality is,you know, out at the real world, there are a lot of bacteria and a simple scratch, youknow, touching your surface, scratching the scalp. It could â€“ it could be in a lot ofdifferent places that you can get an infection. So I wouldn't necessarily say the sourcewas from the medical team that performed this procedure.So again, it goes back to doing the right thing which is to keep in contact with your. And if your isn't feeling
comfortable, maybe then seeing another to help you with this issue. But I've said first most s who does this type of surgeryare acquainted with dealing with various complications. And that's what surgeons do: is we dealwith things when they go well and we also deal with things when they don't go so welland know how to manage them. That's just proper medical care.So that being said, I hope that was helpful. I wish you the best of luck. Thank you foryour question.